Take part in the making of Atlas Shrugged 3

Posted by awebb 7 years, 3 months ago to Entertainment
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You may not be able to be in Atlas Shrugged Part III but your product can!

The “Atlas Shrugged: Who is John Galt?” production team is now accepting products for placement in the movie or to be used by the cast and crew during filming. Whether you’re an entrepreneur with a great product or just a huge fan who wants to be a part of Atlas Shrugged history, we’d love to work with you.

When it comes to contributed products, Atlas Productions is open to all suggestions so don’t be afraid to think outside of the box. We’re accepting props and set dressings for all the scenes including those at Galt’s Gulch, the Wayne-Falkland Hotel, and the State Science Institute. Examples of products that may be used are:

• Food and beverages
• Apparel and accessories
• Vehicles
• Electronics
• Furniture
• Home accessories/decor

We’re also accepting products that the cast and crew can utilize during filming like bottled water. This means that even if you don’t have a product that would fit into the movie, you can still play an important role in the creation of Atlas Shrugged Part III.

If your product is used in the film or by the cast and crew, you’ll receive a special “thanks” in the Atlas Shrugged Part III credits. In order to submit a product for consideration, please leave a comment here with what the product is or send me a private message. An Atlas Productions staff member will followup with you shortly.


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EDIT 1: From our Prop Master, to help with ideas...

- Hard hats (dirt color)
- Wooden Cigar Boxes + Cigars
- Picnic Basket
- Train lanterns
- Soup line paper goods
- Cigars
- Lighters
- Cigar cutters
- Blue camping mugs
- French coffee press
- Alcohol bottles (champagne, scotch, wine, etc.)

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  • Posted by freedomb 7 years, 3 months ago
    People in the gulch need energy....but without the jitters or crash. I work with a company that was featured on Shark Tank (got funded by Mr. Wonderful and Robert) for their 'clean energy' peak performance nutrition shot, and would like to open a dialogue to see if there is a mutual benefit here. I look forward to hearing from you: b r o o k s @ r u c k p a c k . c o m
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  • Posted by hamiltonh 7 years, 3 months ago
    We have an upholstery manufacturing company called Liberty Manufacturing Co. (www.libertymfgco.com). We've been manufacturing sofas in the U.S. for over 60 years but just recently set up the retail site. We'll be adding new product to the site in the future. Let me know if you're interested in putting something in the film.
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  • Posted by Eudaimonia 7 years, 3 months ago
    The Gulch has to have a bakery.
    I make a great sourdough bread.
    I'd gladly bake and ship out a few loaves if you'd use them.
    No official product name, just good home made bread.
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  • Posted by $ Center7978 7 years, 3 months ago
    I have two railroad lanterns both from the turn of the 20th century...Circa 1900 to 1928. Both are fully functional and have a new wicks. One is a signal lantern with a red lens, which is very interesting as it produces a very nice red vertical bar of light that can be seen for long distances. It is a lantern originally produced for Penn. Railroad by handlan, St. Louis. The other is a standard railroad lantern from B&M railroad. Lens is clean...but a tad sooty that cannot be cleaned easily. Both show natural wear but are pretty good for their age. If you're interested, let me know the arrangements. Do you return any of the items after the movie is completed?
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  • Posted by eager1 7 years, 3 months ago
    A Book. They don't have any useful media out there so they go back to reading books for the time being. I will offer mine: "Our Future Good" and you can use any phrase from it too. Maybe also have a copy of Atlas Shrugged lying around.
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  • Posted by BryanBentz 7 years, 2 months ago
    For a purely intellectual type of symbol, I'd like to recommend the logo for the MIT Technology Hackers Association,
    (note this has nothing to do with computer hacking)

    "The octagon was designed to signify the spirit of the generalist, rather than the specialist. Generalists are often undervalued because the world usually places a premium on specific problem-solving skills, rather than the abilities required to consider a problem in a broader context - sometimes the only approach which will work for difficult problems. Generalists are sometimes perceived as people who have never had the fortitude to master a specialized discipline. But it is possible and indeed likely that you start off as a specialist, with a mastery of one field; then adding wider experience and knowledge you become more resourceful, balanced, and able to handle a much larger spectrum of problems.

    The eight sides of the octagon represent eight aspects of human endeavor; initially these coincided to some extent with the areas mentioned inside the little dome at MIT: arts, agriculture, science, etc. Whatever specific definition one would like is fine, providing the set covers most of the categories of what people do with their brains. The center of the octagon represents the activity of the generalist, bordered on the edges by the above realms of the specialists. The solid crossbar in the octagon signifies creativity as the unifying element in all of these areas. The small lines paralleling the crossbar are intended to represent the necessity of intellectual discipline to hold it all together."

    It's a simple symbol, and would resonate with many.
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  • Posted by $ MikeMarotta 7 years, 3 months ago
    45 volunteer replies over the last five days, but nothing yet from Alex Webb in response. I sent awebb a PM about my offer. khalling once told me that some of her Gulch private message notices goto her spam folder. Nothing in mine except the usual Nigerian offers. So, where are we with this?

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  • Posted by seanfatzinger 7 years, 3 months ago
    1. How much water are you looking for? We have branded water from a very successful private company in Texas? Of course, we're hoping for a casual product placement

    2. For food placement... check out the amped up street food at www.fat-charlies.com ; perfect for street side in the gulch
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  • Posted by apache6 7 years, 3 months ago
    I'd like to contribute a stainless steel custom-engraved guitar pick with the man holding the globe on one side, and "Who is John Galt?" engraved on the other. It will be mounted on a black leather necklace with a sterling silver clasp. I make custom picks all the time. That's a small businss that I own. I'm the owner/artist of www.StarPiks.com. My name is Merry Starr: cell-520-889-7161. email-apache6@earthlink.net Thank you for your time and attention in this matter.
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  • Posted by handkerchiefs 7 years, 3 months ago
    Thank you for the opportunity to be part of a great movie series! I produce two lines of modern-chic handkerchiefs, one for men "the Hank" and one for women "Happy Hanky". Please feel free to visit my website www.happyhanky.com and let me know if you are interested in using either line for props in the upcoming Atlas Shrugged movie. I would be happy to support the film!
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  • Posted by $ LibertyPhysics 7 years, 3 months ago
    I can supply wine bottles, filled with wine, non-alcoholic substitute or empty, with a custom label designed to your specs. I can also supply other items for the crew depending on what isn't supplied by others.
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  • Posted by Marty_Swinney 7 years, 3 months ago
    I've retired from my work in the medical field and have returned to my life-long love of photography. Willing to travel and provide my services gratis, if desired. Also have some bourbon, scotch, wine and rum bottles (Pyrat Rum Black, Willett's Pot Still, Remy Martin XO cognac, Johnnie Walker Gold Label Reserve, Mumm's and Dom Perignon) and, although I quite smoking a few years ago, I still possess several high-end Dominican and Central American cigar boxes (unfortunately, empty!)---and several humidors.
    A couple of long-time friends and I have been trying to cast Atlas Shrugged since the early 1970's!
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  • Posted by susan042462 7 years, 3 months ago
    I do professional quality crossstitch art. If you would like a specific one, perhaps with a special phrase meaningful to the movie, it would be an honor for me to make it for you. I also have a large hinged lid picknic basket. It is old but in quite good condition. Good luck getting all you need.
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  • Posted by bridgetlynn 7 years, 3 months ago
    I have an antique Smith-Corona typewriter (useful in scenes wherein there isn't electricity?), a rosewood and brass walking stick, and a first edition of Alexander Pope's translation of the Odyssey. (Surely, capitalists appreciate the excellence - arête - of Odysseus?)
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  • Posted by Russellee 7 years, 3 months ago
    I own and operate Galt Valley Shading. We sell and install motorized roller shades and curtain rods. Please let me know if and how much placement would be.
    Thanks, Russ
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  • Posted by railroader 7 years, 3 months ago
    I have a matching pair of Chevrolet table lamps with the base having a bronze model of a vintage 1915 chevrolet baby grand . The lamp shade contains history of the chevrolet given to me by my father 1964..truly one of a kind items
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